Rev. ed. of: Review of nuclear medicine technology / Ann M. Steves, Patricia C. Wells. 3rd ed. c2004.Many quesa tions and/ or problems arise in daily practice and may be answered only through systematic investigation. According to the Webstera#39;s Dictionary, scientific method is defined as aprinciples and procedures for the systematic pursuit of knowledge ... Some other examples of ways to collect data may include observation, written questionnaires, record review, instrumentation, tests, and measures.
|Title||:||Steves' Review of Nuclear Medicine Technology|
|Author||:||Norman E. Bolus, Amy Byrd Brady|
|Publisher||:||Society of Nuclear Medicine, Incorporated - 2011-01-01|